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I really enjoyed Bacon and the fact that this tough Navy SEAL still had a bit of his emo teen years in him. He was really comfortable with himself and his sexuality but he also isn't sure how his team will handle knowing about him. While Bacon's best friend Curly already knows, there are a few guys on the team who frequently make homophobic jokes and he's getting to the end of his tolerance. I loved when Bacon's confidence comes through and he finally comes out and there's even a few surprises from his team.
Spencer was also a great hero and since he's in his 40's he has a maturity that balances Bacon's more impulsive side nicely. He's been married before but he's so dedicated to his job that he just doesn't see a long term relationship in his life. Spencer is steady and hard working but he's also scared to really take a chance on love. He doesn't quite know how to handle Bacon and navigate the hurdles in a potential relationship and this causes some problems for them. While they struggle to make things work and there's some time apart, I was glad that Albert avoided The Big Misunderstanding and instead Bacon and Spencer talked everything out before taking some time apart. It wasn't that they weren't communicating but that they didn't know how to reach a compromise.
There's one more book in the Out of Uniform series and I can't wait because I've loved these books from the very beginning.
The way Bacon and Spencer get together is predictable and that's okay. But the inevitable 'showdown' over Spencer's book was just so obvious. And then both of them gave up so quickly. Like zero effort to talk. Spencer, at the very least, should have known better and that annoyed me.
The build-up to their physical relationship was slow and sweet. Their reunion was also a sweet moment. I generally like this author's work and I'll be looking for the next book featuring Rooster!
The attraction they feel just bubbling beneath the surface can be ignored, will be ignored. Spencer slips right into the teams training, proving that he won't be a dangerous hindrance. The mission doesn't go as planned and they have to depend on each other to get to safety. That pesky attraction getting closer and closer to the surface. Because the mission went south and there were injuries, Spencer's access is cancelled.
The men know that an attempt to have a “not” relationship can get them both in trouble but they want each other to much to fight. What follows is two men falling in love without even trying. The sex is spectacular, leading into a real relationship.
Spencer's job intervenes, bringing with it broken hearts.
This was another good book in the series. Some angst, nice sexy times, and another set of likable heroes.
There isn't a hole in the plot anywhere, and it's a long story that ranges from California to the South Pacific and back again. Both characters and their friends and families are perfectly developed, and the bedroom scenes are completely believable and incredibly hot.
I really don't want to give many more details except I read this one straight through, which is a very high compliment because I usually bounce back and forth between books when I reach a point where I need a break. Not with this one, however.
And somewhat early on Ms. Albert gives a hint and who will be the protagonist in Book #7, and in the afterword she confirmed my suspicions. If that one is half as good as this one, I will join the SEALs myself!